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Learn about Aquinnah property valuations

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Aquinnah announced that it “completed its fiscal year 2023 quintennial revaluation of all real and personal property in the community.” According to the announcement,...

W.T. considers locations for electric bus equipment 

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The West Tisbury select board balked at a potential location for a Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) transformer for its electric bus fleet sending the...

Navigator Homes’ expected daily rates above state average

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The expected daily rates for Navigator Homes are a little higher than the state average.  Navigator Homes, which is planned to be built in Edgartown...

Aquinnah establishes Cliff lease committee

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The Aquinnah select board unanimously approved establishing a Aquinnah Cliff lease committee during its Tuesday afternoon meeting. During a previous meeting, the board reached...

Haley appeals state ethics commission decision

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Aquinnah select board member Gary Haley is appealing a decision by the state Ethics Commission that he violated the state’s conflict of interest law...

MVRHS committee approves homeless shelter

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) committee unanimously approved Harbor Homes using the Martha’s Vineyard Community Services campus for its overnight winter shelter....

School officials approve shared-services budget

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The shared-services budget was unanimously approved by the All-Island School Committee during a Monday evening meeting.  During the previous All-Island School Committee meeting, school officials...

Rideshare companies will face fees at M.V. Airport

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Martha's Vineyard Airport will be able to charge fees to rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft, similar to fees charged at larger Massachusetts airports,...

Meet Bunch of Grapes’ new kitten, Bookmark

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A new feline in town made his mark at Bunch of Grapes bookstore in Vineyard Haven. Meet Bookmark, the kitten roaming past the books...

Oak Bluffs scalloping limit decision delayed

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Oak Bluffs scallopers will need to wait a bit longer before knowing how much shellfish they can gather next year.  During an October Oak Bluffs...

Pull that plug

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Winter is coming, and fuel prices are expected to rise during the colder months. Representatives of Cape Light Compact shared with The Times what...

Serving families during the holiday season

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The colder months mean busier times for the Vineyard Committee on Hunger, as volunteers work to support the Island’s needy. Leading this endeavor is...

Chilmark School HVAC project may generate issues

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The up-Island school committee will need to consider whether to borrow more funds from the towns for the Chilmark School heating, ventilation, and air...

Andrews-Maltais re-elected as tribe chair

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In a hotly contested race that pitted a political newcomer against the experienced leader of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah), Cheryl Andrews-Maltais...

’Tis the season to give

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Vineyarders will be passing around more than turkeys and footballs this holiday season. Various Island organizations are preparing to commence some Yuletide giving. One of...

‘We made it happen’

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Cheer and hors d'oeuvres abounded at the Federated Church Parish House in Edgartown Friday afternoon as Hospice & Palliative Care of Martha’s Vineyard celebrated...

Navigator Homes sails forward

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The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted to approve the Navigator Homes project, with conditions, during a Thursday evening meeting. The project will still need to...

South Mountain confirms leaving 401 State Road project

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Correspondence shared during the West Tisbury select board meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 17, confirmed South Mountain Co.’s withdrawal from the 401 State Road affordable...

Different approaches to Wampanoag leadership

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Members of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) will have an opportunity to select the tribe’s leaders during an election on Sunday, Nov....

MVRHS feasibility study advances

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) committee unanimously approved moving forward with a feasibility study in the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) process...